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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gregg's brigade of South Carolinians in the Second. Battle of Manassas. (search)
The second brigade was commanded by another foreigner, with an equally euphonious name, Colonel Krzyzanowski. This brigade was composed of the Fifty-fourth New York, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonelwe can arrange the positions of the attacking and defending bodies with some accuracy. Colonel Krzyzanowski, detailing the operations of his brigade, the advance of which commenced at about half pas. Think of the heavy masses of three regiments coming to the support of a fourth. Colonel Krzyzanowski, who was immediately in front of the First when we sent to ask for assistance, says: Ibi, but he insists that he held the embankment. Rebellion Records, volume XII, part 2, p. 298. Krzyzanowski's skirmishers had two mountain howitzers, from the effect of the fire of which, we are told, en mowing down our men with canister. Probably it was one of the same that Sigel had sent to Krzyzanowski and which Gordon tells us were happily placed in his skirmish line in the first attack in the